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Bringing Community Awareness for Survivors of Violence

The Clothesline Project provides participants the opportunity to contribute to an interactive visual display which depicts the under-represented and overlooked statistical profile of individuals impacted by violent acts. Anyone who has been touched by such acts of violence is invited to share their personal message on a t-shirt which will be added to exhibit.

Look for the next Clothesline Project in October. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The Purpose

The purpose of the project is to increase awareness of a dark reality that often stays invisible in the shadows of the communities we live in. By channeling the voices of the survivors, we can bring the truth out into the light so that we may confront and address the forces that have fueled this destructive epidemic while honoring the strength and courage of the individuals who are still here to tell their stories.

Image of several t-shirts hung up from the Clothesline Project


Call 911 if you or someone else is in danger of being harmed

College of Eastern Idaho Counseling Center
Rm. 313 , Bldg. 3
Schedule an appointment:
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center
1050 Memorial Dr. Idaho Falls
National Sexual Assault Hotline
National Center for Victims of Crime
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Crisis Text Line
Text START to 741.741

Center for New Directions
Building 5, room 591
(208) 535-5363

Julie McMurtrey
Senior Coordinator

Julie Thompson
Special Populations Counselor

Tami Nichols
Administrative Assistant